1972 Buick Other
(some updates since last listed: I now have a picture of the #'s on the block located behind the power steering pump. It is matching to the VIN of the vehicle, ust like the trans is. I'm trying to include it here or I can email you. Also, usiness calls me away 8-25>>8-28 so we can arrange the completion of transaction for our convenience)1972 Buick GS Stage 1! This is the real deal, ot a clone, ot a "tribute car" Sloan Museum Documented Paperwork. Numbers matching except for the Carb, hich was rebuilt with a correct Quadrajet for a 455 Buick. What can I say; I’ve owned it since 2000. You can drive this car anywhere, ut you will burn some gas! This car was delivered new to Lee A. Folger Buick, harlotte, orth Carolina. I even have phone #’s and contact info for previous owners. I have called some, nd they remember the car back in the day. Saying things like, oh yeah, hat was the white one right?” They still remember it! I’m not going to go on and on about this car. This is 1 of 147 Stage 1’s built at the Framingham MA plant for that year. This is 1 of 627 Hdtp STG1 produced for 1972 with TH400 Auto Trans. There are only two types of payment of will accept for this car: 1. Electronic Transfer of funds to my account. 2. If you are local, ashier’s check cut at a local bank while we are both present. Take a chance; make an offer for a piece of American Muscle Car History. 85,680 for mileage, have no way to verify if that is true mileage, ut I have no reason to believe it is not. I have barely driven it in the 12 yrs. I owned it. This is a hybrid, y the way, urns gas and rubber! International buyers/collectors welcome. Buyer to arrange and pay for all shipping fees.